Hot Samsung TV flagship deal

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It’s actually £2374 with code discount on the page. It’s only just come out too and it is pretty good to be honest.
 

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Well sometimes the buying of a Flagship TV can still amuse me somewhat.....

MY TV, A Flagship TV : https://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/tx-50ax802b-201405193778.htm

Thisis my 58" TV , bought for just £450.00 from Richer Sounds.
 
Alantiggger said:
Well sometimes the buying of a Flagship TV can still amuse me somewhat.....

MY TV, A Flagship TV : https://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/tx-50ax802b-201405193778.htm

Thisis my 58" TV , bought for just £450.00 from Richer Sounds.
Of course, you're free to buy a flagship TV 2-3 years after launch. You have to thank the buyers of flagship TVs at launch price for that, as they help reduce the cost in due course.
 

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bigboss said:
Alantiggger said:
Well sometimes the buying of a Flagship TV can still amuse me somewhat.....

MY TV, A Flagship TV : https://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/tx-50ax802b-201405193778.htm

Thisis my 58" TV , bought for just £450.00 from Richer Sounds.
Of course, you're free to buy a flagship TV 2-3 years after launch. You have to thank the buyers of flagship TVs at launch price for that, as they help reduce the cost in due course.
I am most grateful to all the early buyers of the TV which I now own.

They early buyers and after are what's helped to bring said TV down so much in price, so Thank-You folks, gratitude.

Sill sad that such costly TV's a few years after first release can be bought for a quarter of their origional price, imo.

I just thought that like old metal (cars) that older TV's were sold much cheaper a few years later as the dealers need to make space for the newer models ?
 

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